A Simple Session to Build Strength Endurance


GB powerlifting champ Rob Rees takes you through a simple workout to ramp up the number of reps you can manage.

“This is two circuits of three exercises, each one taking 15-25 minutes depending on how many rounds are done,” says PerformancePro coach Rob Rees.

“Each circuit starts with a lower rep compound exercise, followed by a moderate rep hypertrophy exercise, then a higher rep conditioning/power endurance movement.

“Alternate week to week by increasing either load or number of rounds performed. It’s a full-body programme aimed at developing strength endurance and work capacity.”

4-6 rounds, 30-60 secs rest between exercises

  1. Kneeling medicine ball slam x 12-15 reps

3-6 rounds, 30-60 secs rest between exercises

  1. Kettlebell swing x 12-15 reps

PerformancePro is a performance-based personal training studio in London. For training tips, or to find out more about Rob Rees and the team, visit

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